Posted June 27, 2022
CLEVELAND, OH – Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland, one of the largest health and human service providers in Northeast Ohio, has been named a Top Workplace for the ninth consecutive year. An annual award presented by The Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com, the Top Workplace Awards recognize organizations around the region that have cultivated exceptional workplace cultures.
Energage, a technology company, determines top workplaces based on anonymous, research-based employee engagement survey results. Catholic Charities’ employees continue to rate the nonprofit organization among the best employers in Northeastern Ohio.
Founded in 1912, Catholic Charities celebrates its 110th anniversary this year. The organization employs over 750 individuals throughout the eight counties in the Diocese of Cleveland: Ashland, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Summit, and Wayne. Annually, over 400,000 people receive service from a Catholic Charities program and its sister ministries of St. Augustine Health Ministries and Rose-Mary.
“We are honored to again be recognized as a Top Workplace,” stated Patrick Gareau, President and CEO at Catholic Charities. “Our mission and values resonate with our employees. Catholic Charities isn’t just an organization that provides help to those in need in our communities—it’s a place where employees are encouraged to live purpose-driven lives, professionally and personally. The pandemic has changed so much of how we work. We saw an increase in Behavioral Health and Emergency Assistance Services. I’m proud of how our employees pivoted to provide safe, innovative services for our clients. Our employees are what make us a great place to work.”
Catholic Charities employees enjoy a benefits package that includes paid time off and health benefits, a 401K matching program, and tuition assistance, all of which become available on the first day of employment. Catholic Charities is an organization that serves and employs people of all faiths, nationalities, abilities, and genders. The organization is rooted and guided by Catholic Teaching and Tradition but is still inclusive in its services and practices.
Catholic Charities has immediate openings in several service areas, including behavioral health, substance use disorders, emergency assistance services, child care & education, migration & refugee services, and more. Visit ccdocle.org/careers for more information.